Friday, 7 October 2011

The Great Fire of London by Liz Goderly

The Great Fire of London. I don't have a favourite page.

The Great Fire of London is a book about what happened when there was a big fire in London in 1666 and it's very interesting because you can read about when it happened. It tells you really cool facts about what they had to do, such as King Charles fighting in the fire and the days the fire was on and Samuel Pepys who worked for the navy and buried his cheese during the fire. And he kept a diary from 1660 to 1669. What big things were destroyed like London Bridge.

There are lots of interesting words that catch your eye like demolition, demolished, explosions. This book has very lovely pages, with nice pictures.

There are 21 pages. It is an easy  book to understand and costs £5.99.

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